46 Boutiques in London

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Portobello W10

West London

Winding through West London, Portobello Road is one of the capital’s most beloved shopping destinations. A concrete river rushing with the accumulated footfalls of millions of visitors every year, including famous individuals such as Victoria Beckham and Sienna Miller. Its bustling pavements lead to an abundance of antique shops, boutiques, vintage fashion shops, book stores, cafes and one-of-a-kind outlets that give Portobello its unique energy.

Best known for:

  • Antiques
  • Vintage and couture clothing
  • West Indian culture
  • North African culture
  • Markets

West End WC1

Central London

Situated in the core of Central London, the West End is a hub of culture, entertainment, eccentricity, and style.  Though Soho still contains its strip clubs and sex shops, today the sleaze is on the margins and it is the eclectic mix of bars, brasseries, and boutiques that take centre stage.  Soho’s history and culture - once home to Mozart, Karl Marx and The Sex Pistols - is equally buzzing and the independent shops scattered around this area reflect its vibrancy and rich cultural, musical, and theatrical heritage.

Best known for:

  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Vintage clothing
  • Theatre

Shoreditch E2

East London

The likes of Damien Hirst and Alexander McQueen started the Eastward momentum towards Shoreditch.  Its arts scene has only flourished with the spread of affluence from the City causing the district to be a desirable destination for shoppers, restaurant-goers, and clubbers in search of a different edge to London.

Best known for:

  • Independent Brands
  • Jewellery
  • Crafts
  • Eclectic Bars
  • World Cuisine
  • Fine Food

Stoke Newington N16

East London

Buried in the borough of Hackney, Stoke Newington has been hailed as the new place to be for London’s trendy brigade. Undoubtedly, much of the district’s success is down to its long-standing culture of local independent businesses, which is unique for such a relatively small area of the capital.

Best known for:

  • Vintage and couture clothing
  • Traditional pubs
  • Contemporary music

Brick Lane E1

East London

Set in the heart of London, Brick Lane is a cultural treasure and one of world’s most exciting shopping destinations. Lurking at the feet of ultra-modern skyscrapers and just minutes from the bustling financial district, Brick Lane is a haven of creativity and eccentricity that embodies the best of Britain. Here, London's boutiques and vintage clothing stores rub shoulders with curry houses, bagel bakeries, fabric emporiums, antique outlets, nightclubs, restaurants and galleries.

Best known for:

  • Vintage and couture clothing
  • Sunday markets
  • Art & culture
  • World food

Camden Stables N1

North London

Part street fair, part shopping emporium, part three-ring circus: Stables Market is a heady mix of culture, excitement and stuff. You might want to stop and grab a coffee before venturing into the labyrinth of stalls here, as everyone seems to be in perpetual motion and you will quickly find yourself caught up in the swirling tide of activity. Before you take the plunge, pause for a moment to absorb and appreciate the setting.

Best known for:

  • Alternative fashion
  • Antiques
  • Vintage clothing

Dalston E8

East London

Dalston is an East London gem that has managed to keep its off-the-beaten-path vibe despite becoming one of the most popular centres for stylish Londoner’s.  Lying North and North East of Shoreditch and Hoxton, yet still West of Hackney, Dalston has attracted a fashion conscious community that reflects its history as an outlier, distant from the industrial and commercial hubs closer to the central and City districts.

Best known for:

  • Vintage and couture clothing
  • Turkish food
  • Eclectic bars
  • Independent music 
  • Food markets

Camden Passage N1

North London

Camden Passage (not to be confused with Camden Market) lies just beyond Angel Station. One of London’s lesser-known and utterly delightful shopping destinations, this quaint, cobbled street dates from the mid-18th century. Though best known for its Wednesday and Saturday antique markets, Camden Passage buzzes all week with sophisticated shoppers who take refuge from high street blandness in its independent shops.

Best known for:

  • Antique shops and markets
  • Second-hand items
  • Furniture shops

Marylebone W1

Central London

Marylebone may bring to mind Sherlock Holmes, Madame Tussauds, the Planetarium and endless queues of excited tourists, but this is a stone’s throw away from some of the finest shopping that London has to offer. Marylebone High Street is a discreet and elegant haven from the bustling Oxford Street to the South and the traffic congested Marylebone Road to the North.

Best known for:

  • Couture clothing
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Parks
  • Sightseeing

Broadway Market E8

East London

Broadway Market, set between the Regent’s Canal and London Fields, brings Saturday morning’s stroll alive through a kaleidoscope of different tastes and cultures that can only help clear out the haze that one can get from a Friday night in London. Rub shoulders with locals and Hackney’s bohemian crowd to taste North African curries to high quality British burgers, shuffle the clothes racks for vintage bargains, and scour the stalls for vinyl Beatles records.

Best known for:

  • Vintage and couture clothing
  • Independent designers
  • World food stalls
  • Eclectic bars
  • Traditional pubs